Since our last podcast, nothing changed with the Nerlens Noel situation and the Sixers, and everything changed. Bryan Colangelo spoke, and Joel Embiid spoke *out*, saying that he'd like to give the Twin Towers experience a try with Noel instead of Okafor. We also discuss Alt-Process leader Ben Detrick's piece on The Ringer suggesting possible trades for each.
Finally, we took some questions from our friends at r/Sixers, for the first ever Ricky AMA.
Tickets are still on sale for Bus The Process 2! January 14th, to Washington DC to see Sixers vs. Wizards. They will be on sale until 1/1 or until we're sold out. We're already at our number from last time, so this could be pretty epic. $85 gets you the bus trip, the ticket, a commemorative t-shirt from Cheesesteaktees, two happy hours, a photo on center court, and one free throw on center court. If you already live in D.C., there is a package for that too. BUY TICKETS HERE from our friends at Phans Of Philly.
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